Either you're here to look at adorable fluffy rabbit pictures, or you are looking to add one (or more) to your family. Either way, I want to help you make the most of your visit!
If you are looking to add a rabbit to your family, please consider allowing us to assist you! We strive to make your adoption experience a pleasurable one. It is as important for you to love your bun as it is for your bun to love you and we will help you find your bunny love connection!
First we will have you complete and email us your application (link to pdf file for application found below). Please be specific on page 2! We will process your application within 24-48 hours. Once approved we will invite you to schedule a visit to sit in the pen with the rabbits that best suit your family's specific situation. One of our knowledgeable volunteers will watch as you and your loved ones each interact with the bun and watch the rabbits body language to insure there is a mutual attraction. This process has joined many people with their perfect newest furry family member. DO NOT PURCHASE ANY SUPPLIES UNTIL YOU MEET/TALK WITH US! There are many items out there that we do not recommend for your safety and the safety of your newest family member. To avoid frustrating returns please ask before you purchase an item. Remember, we are here to make sure your bond starts here, but continues at home!
We are honored to assist you in this memorable experience.
These rabbits are available for adoption! They are eager to find a Hoppliy Ever After If you are interested in any of our rabbits, kindly complete the application above and email it back to us. Once approved, we will contact you to discuss your application and which rabbits best fit your specific needs. Next, we will schedule you to meet them. You will sit in a pen and interact with them. It is always our goal to make the perfect match!
This bonded pair was born after a family purchased a rabbit....What a surprise to find babies 3 days after bringing the rabbit home! These beauties are full rex sized. They were born 3/8/21 and would love to find their forever home!
This little lady is a little spicy! But he would love a neutered male friend! She is RHD vaccinated and also microchipped
This neutered holland lop came from a home where allergies forced the owners to surrender him. Willie has a strong personality and likes things quiet. He will not do well in a home with young children.
These two Florida Whites are male/female pair both are fixed. They have excellent litterbox habits .
This little lionhead came to us from a breeder who closed down. He had ben to shows and will sit still...however he is super timid and needs a quiet home so he can gain some security and discover who he really is! This is the bunny equivalent of a "short king" !!
Neutered male lop mix Kalikoo is looking for a home HE can run. He is small but mighty...and he will let you know just how serious he is about getting his way!
Yes, she is back...and it will not happen again. I cannot stress enough that children are never the reason to bring home a pet! If you as an adult do not want to care for a pet do not bring one into your home. Boomer was left outside of a petstore..we had her vetted and spayed and she found a home. Child lost interest and here she is back in our care.
Lovey is spayed female mini-rex. She is a little shy but will warm up once given a chance.
Spayed female mini-rex who was originally with Boo. However, Boo decided she was in charge and Bae is non-confrontational. Bae would like a neutered male companion. She will also need special care of her feet as she had sore hocks.
Billy is a one bunny bun. He does not want to share his space with another rabbit - in fact, he is TERRIFIED of other rabbits. He starts off with a bit of a tude, but once he knows you he will melt under your hands for pets. He does not like sudden movements so small children will not work for him.
This little Florida White is a sweetheart. He is litterbox trained and enjoys being pet. Once he gets to know you he will be your best friend!
How is this mini-lop duo still not adopted? Ok, so ThumperAnne is a little testy, but Mrs. Bigglesworth is such a love. These two were dumped outside right before the pandemic and have been here ever since. Given time ThumperAnne will come around and this mom /daughter pair will make wonderful house buns for the right family.
This mini rex gal is white with blue eyes. Photo does not do her justice. This girl is beautiful and she knows it! The sass says it all!
Fredo came to us from a terrible hording situation at 4 weeks old back in February of 2018! This boy is the last of 9 babies to get adopted. His sweet face melts my heart. Can you blame him for being indifferent toward humans ? Hoarding situation with cages on the ground covered with a tarp - rats attacking them, feces in the cages to the point of swimming in urine. I know someone out there is the perfect fit for this boy!
Looking for your daily dose of fluff? Well Chauve is your guy! This chocolate neutered male English Angora is looking for a home where he will be groomed daily . But do not frett! If you would like, we will shave him for you every three months for free for his life - you just need to make sure he does not matt. We are here to help you be successful with this beautiful bun.
Some of these rabbits require long term vet care while others just need spay/neuter sponsorship
I got a call from a rescue upstate. A friend had passed and left behind several rabbits. They took the rabbits in but of course this led to a few litters. I put the rescue in touch with a vet to take are of the spay/neuters and I took in the mom with her litter of 4 babies. Mom was scheduled to be spayed in 3 weeks to insure the babies were weaned. Morning of spay day mom decided to have a litter of 8 babies!
Who knew that mom and all 12 babies would soon be diagnosed with Mega Colon!
These loves are key in bringing smiles to those who cannot leave their current home. There is no price that can be put on the smiles we have seen and therefore we run this program with no charge (COVID has impacted this program, however we plan on seeing all our friends again soon!)
This little guy started our therapy program when he befriended a lonely woman who was in her end of life stages. He brought her much joy as he sat with her for 30 min at a time.
Meet the Avengers. T'challa, Capt. and Bruce.
These 3 came to us as breeder rejects and we are thrilled to be able to open our home to these crazy characters.
You most likely see them at our events as they truly bring joy to every room they enter!
Stanley and Winston came to us due to some health issues and poor coats. We were happy to give them a home and we hope they will enjoy going to nursing homes and other events with us. If not, they will enjoy a spoiled life as house rabbits !
Did you know rabbits can be litter trained?